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It was five years ago that I first saw the New Jersey house of Dransfield & Ross founders John Dransfield and Geoffrey Ross and it looks just as good today. I love that One Kings Lane is able to give a more in depth look into interiors during their house tours than most magazines. And as I’ve mentioned before, […]

Chic in Sydney

06 . 23 . 15

Belle Magazine doesn’t have a website but they do send out an email everyday which is where I saw the beautiful photo above. It is from the Sydney home of Ronan Sulich and Margaret Nolan and was featured in the October/November 2013 issue and was photographed by Michael Wee. It was also featured on Marie […]

I’ve had L. Becker Flowers on my must visit list for a while. Yesterday, I finally made a pilgrimage to the chicest shop on the Upper East Side. The most ironic thing about of L. Becker Flowers is that there aren’t actually many flowers in the space. Owner Larry Becker and his partner Roger Crowley assured […]

Artful Restraint

05 . 20 . 15

Even though I don’t live in California, C Magazine is one of my absolute favorite magazines. Their home features led to an entirely separate magazine C Home which I love finding in my mailbox. After falling down a rabbit hole from one photo of Bruce Gregga’s Montecito home on Pinterest, I found out that it was […]

A sure sign that antiques and modern art can coexist is the dining room at the Sotheby’s Showhouse that was designed by Russell Piccione. A George II Side Table, Consoles, Chimeypiece, George III Chairs, and silver serving and display pieces, look perfectly at home with works by Chuck Close, Alex Katz, Andy Warhol, and James Rosenquist. […]

The Sotheby’s Showhouse was created with the intention of showing younger collectors that you can mix antiques and modern elements with contemporary pieces to create a space that doesn’t look fuddy duddy.  Actually those are my words not theirs but you get the idea.  I had the pleasure of touring the spaces on Friday and meeting […]

Chic Duality

12 . 05 . 14

For some reason, I thought I would be able to get work done while I am in Miami.  I see how silly that was now.  Things have been crazy here so I will resume with my holiday gift guides on Sunday when I’m back in New York. Until then, I leave you with this amazing […]

Bilbao Beauty

09 . 21 . 14

An image on Pinterest led to this interesting and masculine apartment in Bilbao, Spain. It belongs to Mikel Larrinaga and was featured in Singular Magazine and Nuevo Estilo. While it’s not my style overall, I love the collected look of the art and the neutral colors punctuated with black accents. It’s one of those apartments that makes […]

Sir John’s Sanctuary

09 . 13 . 14

Also out this weekend is the Men’s Style issue of T Magazine.  I already picked up a copy and let out an audible gasp when I saw the photos of the Connecticut home of Sir John Richardson inside.  The London-born Richardson started his career in the art world by opening the New York office of Christie’s […]

Perfect Pied-à-Terre

09 . 01 . 14

I’m in the process of rethinking my apartment and could not be more inspired by the London home of Paolo Moschino and Philip Vergeylen. They gut renovated a flat in the Victoria area and reconfigured the strange layout to make a perfect pied-à-terre. It’s filled with an eclectic mix of antiques they find working for their […]

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